Oct 30, 2020Tairia Mims Flowers is the current head coach at Loyola Marymount University. She coached at CSUN from 2010-2020. Flowers played at UCLA from 2000-2003 winning the WCWS in 2003.
Oct 21, 2020Laura Kay Berg (born January 6, 1975) is the head softball coach of the Oregon State Beavers and former collegiate four-time All-American outfielder at Fresno State. She played for the Fresno State Bulldogs from 1994–1998 where she was a Women's College World Series National Champion in 1998. She is one of only four women to have won four Olympic medals in softball, having won a medal at every Olympics the sport was contested. She owns batting records at Fresno State and is second all-time in NCAA Division I career hits and at-bats. She is also a USA Softball Hall of Fame honoree.
Oct 7, 2020Lisa Maria Fernandez is a Puerto Rican-American, former collegiate four-time First Team All-American, 3-time medal-winning Olympian, right-handed hitting softball pitcher and third baseman, current softball assistant coach at UCLA, originally from Long Beach, California. She starred on both sides of the plate for the UCLA Bruins softball team from 1990-93 and won two National Championships.
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Nov 1, 2017No. 1 prospect in the class of 2020 … Named the 2019-20 Gatorade National Softball Player of the Year, also claimed the honors for the state of Texas … Six-time All-State honoree and three-time All-American … won the 2017 5A state title with The Colony and reached the semifinals in 2019 … Holds the state record for most runs all-time in the Dallas area … Finished career with 279 career hits, 261 runs, a .702 batting average, and 209 stolen bases … USA Junior Women's National Team member … Helped the U.S. to the WBSC U-19 World Cup title, hitting .435 with 10 hits, six runs, three RBIs and five stolen bases.